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charged in the first bust this weekend on middlesex avenue. detectives say evidence from that investigation led them to the second location across the street. 31 year old michael adkins and 43 year old dana chandonnet are in jail charged in last night's bust. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc is live in newport news with the latest in the investigation. the two suspects you mention, michael adkins and dana chandonnet declined our interview request. as did a third person, autumn wells, who was arrested after a meth lab was found in her home on sunday. police say this is the home that 28 year old wells was living in off middlesex road in newport news. you can see now - the sign on the door says the house is unsafe for human occupation. police went to the home sunday for a report of home invasion and found meth making materials. they now say that evidence found in the home led them to an apartment across the street. this is video from last night, as police searched that apartment.
and they arrested 42 year old dana chandonnet - she was arrested along wiht 31 year old edward adkins. many neighbors i spoke with did not want to go on camera, they say they have all lived in the area for were uncomfortable with the news. kevin ballard/neighbor 01;00 it's kind of odd because we don't usually have that kind of stuff happen around here, and it was just different from the norm. 01:09 making the arrest wasn't as easy for police as it explain that coming up tonight at 5. in nn i'm dl 10 on your side. developing news in hampton. police are investigating the discovery of a suspicious substance in a trash can. police responded to a call from cynthia drive near todds lane around 1:45 this morning. when officers got there --- they found the unknown substance. police called the fire department and the hazmat team. a neighbor describes what she saw. tabitha
i looked out front and that's when i saw the white van and all of the respirators on their face as well. they were looking at things in baggies and substances in bottles, and it was pink. the substance is undergoing testing. police haven't made any arrests. a light rail update. the state transportation board says virginia beach has until april 30th to commit to bringing the tide to the beach. for weeks, we've reported on secretary aubrey layne's push for the city to use state money for light rail, or lose it. layne says he cannot continue to hold $155-million dollars from other projects. layne says virginia beach has until the end of april to sign a memorandum of understanding concerning the light rail project and apply for the purchase of cars. the state transportation board
confirm virginia beach to the entire project or prohibit a referendum, as long as the city stays on schedule. virginia beach mayor will sessoms told state officials he's committed to light rail. h-r-t will hold an open house tonight to discuss station locations, bridges, and road crossings. last year virginia beach city council voted to extend the tide from the current newtown road station, to town center. you can hear about the latest plans and ask your questions to transportation officials tonight. the meeting is at the westin hotel in town center from six to 7:30. 10 on your side will be at the meeting. look for a preview in our next ninety minutes of news. today ocean view residents are getting a closer look at the damage after a devasting weekend fire. chopper 10 flew over the smoking remains in the willoughby area after saturday's fire destroyed eight buildings and damaged six. today andy fox is back on the scene still active with investigators,crews, and residents. four days into this and
still on scene four days into this and fire investigators are still on scene (nat sd of hot water heater coming out) runs:03 they are still sifting through the debris that remains. this area is still here and not cleared away tomorrow to give them access to their units if they are still standing. so many lost so much and reconstruction experts. we found debbie hall who is an apartment manager with apartments still to manage. 4;16 21) super: debbie hall/apartment manager ((come into the apartment and get their belongings and then the heavier furniture like the beds
new information since midday in a townhouse fire in virginia beach. investigators say it started in an electric panel box. it happened around 10 last night on atterbury court in the lake edward area. these are new pictures from the fire department. two townhouses burned. two units have smoke smoke damage. the red cross is helping 16 people affected. one firefighter was hurt, but should be okay. developing news in norfolk. police are trying to track down whoever shot at a car with four men inside. it happened around 8-30 last night on piccadilly street. after the gunfire ---- one of the men drove to the norview recreation center and called 9-1-1. when the shots were fired --- glass shattered from the driver's side window and hurt the driver. his injuries weren't serious. bullets never hit anyone.
recovering after someone stabbed him overnight in newport news. investigators say the victim walked into riverside regional medical center around two this morning. he told detectives the stabbing happened several blocks away on jefferson avenue near oyster point road. police say the victim was drunk when they tried to talk to him, so he wasn't able to give them any suspect information. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: light north. thursday: mostly sunny. slightly cooler. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. finally - a quiet day in the weather department! we have been tracking
through the afternoon with highs in the seasonable expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will drop into low-30s, so it'll be a much cooler start to your day. side through your thursday - even though there will be abundant sunshine, a north breeze will hold highs near 40. temperatures will start to rebound on friday with highs back near 50. a big warm up on the way for the weekend - the mercury will top out in tuesday and wednesday..for now..we know things could change between now and then! toll trouble for dozens of people. today they faced a local judge. 10 on your side's brandi cummings was in the courtroom covering the price of unpaid bills.
over the past couple weeks we've been telling you about layoffs at shipyards around the area. but the navy signed a huge contract with local shipyards that could bring hundreds of jobs back. 10 on your side's jason marks is here with the latest.. jason the navy awarded a contract to three norfolk shipyards. it could be worth 2.5 billion dollars and runs through 2021. one of those yards is bae systems. you may remember, 10 on your side told you last month that bae is laying
march. unfortuanley the contract won't stop the scheduled layoffs but in many cases those workers could be hired back down the road. the two other yards involved in this contract are marine hydraulics international and gereral dynamics. we're told the navy is asking the ship yards to do maintenance and mondernize amphibious warships, destroyers and cruisers. jason marks wavy tv the target distribution center in suffolk plans to hire 600 new workers. we first reported the expansion to the facility on manning bridge road last april. today we learned about the new job opportunities. target says it is adding new equipment and product lines in an effort to get products to customers faster. the new jobs involve equipment operations, packaging and shipping. if you're interested --- we posted a link to the target careers website on wavy dot com. it's an exciting day for portsmouth public schools. yesterday we told you that thanks to a grant and money allotted from the school board high school
chromebooks. today i went to wilson as the teens were using the new technology in class for the first time. district officials says students will be able to use these devices to communicate, collaborate, and create meaningful learning experiences. (dean schlaepfer, director of it pps-48) the big steps are getting everybody comfortable with their new environments making sure teachers are comfortable and we're leveraging the technology coming up at 5 we'll talk about how they're leveraging the technology. i have reaction from students, comparisons to other districts who've already invested and what may be the most important thing where parents are concerned....we'll discuss safety. a look now at winter weather in new york. check out what drivers upstate had to deal with. they got stuck on side roads, main streets and highways during a snowstorm yesterday. tow trucks and plows worked around the clock and still had stuck cars to
50. winds: s 5-10 mph. finally - a quiet day in the weather department! we have been tracking quite a bit of sunshine through the afternoon with highs in the seasonable low-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will drop into low-30s, so it'll be a much cooler start to your day. it'll remain on the cool side through your thursday - even though there will be abundant sunshine, a north breeze will hold highs near 40. temperatures will start to rebound on friday with highs back near 50. a big warm up on the way for the weekend - the mercury will top out in
sunday! it'll stay mild through the start of next week, but expect rain tuesday and wednesday..for now..we know things could tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: light north. thursday: mostly sunny. slightly cooler. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. finally - a quiet day in the weather department! we have been tracking quite a bit of sunshine expect mainly clear skies with temperatures so it'll be a much cooler start to your day. sunshine, a north breeze near 50. a big warm up sunday! it'll stay mild know things could change between now and
here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news. i'm nicole livas in the wavy live center. new developments in the water crisis in flint michigan. the surgeon general is talking to residents today about the poiosoned water supply. and-- that's not the only thing they're dealing with. a new study shows-- customers paid the highest water rates in the country! details-- new at 5:30 there are more distracted drivers out there than ever-- but what concerns about older drivers? we have information advising senior citizens how to drive safely longer-- and when to stop-- new at 5:30. and new at 5-- an old school treatment to help reduce stress is making a comeback. we'll tell you how "float therapy" works-- and why experts say it can improve your overall well-being. see these stories when tom schaad joins me beginning at 5. help for local veterans and their families. i'll tell you about the free program starting soon.
city. both at the same chain yogurt shop. now police say the crimes are connected. we'll show you the suspect in action. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable.
virginia beach police say two yogurt shop robberies could be connected. these are surveillance pictures from the most recent robbery. it happened saturday night at the skinny dip on virginia beach boulevard. detectives say the suspect bought frozen yogurt and then demanded money from the clerk. he ran out with the stolen cash. no one was hurt. this is video from a similar robbery last month at the skinny dip a man walked in on january 25th and asked the cashier to make change for him. police say when the employee opened the register --- the suspect implied he had a weapon and demanded money. he ran out of the store with the cash. no one was hurt. if you recognize the
a 10 on your side follow-up. both suspects in a double murder in newport news are behind bars. we told you yesterday at 4: police were looking for 26-year-old stephen hayes. he turned himself in last night. 33-year-old laratio dantzler is also in custody. detectives say the men shot and killed two people last month on 14th street near wickham avenue. officers shot dantzler at the scene after they say he refused to cooperate. he's out of the hospital and behind bars. norfolk police have identified the man they say tried to rob a bank. james crowder is in jail charged with attempted robbery and threatening to bomb the suntrust bank on west little creek road near granby street yesterday. we reported this yesterday at 4. police say crowder drove up to the drive thru window and gave the teller a note demanding money. the note also said there was a bomb in the bank. police arrested crowder five minutes later. police closed off west little creek road for awhile so the bomb squad could make sure there wasn't a bomb in the bank. there wasn't. a student loan arrest.
kidding when it says you have to pay them back. a man says u-s marshals came after him for the nearly 30-year-old debt. a glass shattering slam dunk. we'll show you the viral video from right here in hampton roads. meteorologist deitra tate is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don slater is working on for 5. it's always worth remembering... that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight,
pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance. flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide.
breaking news from the midtown tunnel. e-r-t says all traffic is currently stopped at the midtown tractor trailer.drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes including the i-264 downtown tunnel. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: light north. thursday: mostly sunny. slightly cooler. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-15
friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. finally - a quiet day in the weather department! we have been tracking quite a bit of sunshine through the afternoon with highs in the seasonable low-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will drop into low-30s, so it'll be a much cooler start to your day. it'll remain on the cool side through your thursday - even though there will be abundant sunshine, a north breeze will hold highs near 40. temperatures will start to rebound on friday with highs back near 50. a big warm up on the way
mercury will top out in the mid-60s saturday and sunday! it'll stay mild through the start of next week, but expect rain tuesday and wednesday..for now..we know things could change between now and then! many of you may have received a toll bill at some point. in gloucester today there were 62 people on the courtroom docket to face a judge for unpaid bills. the fines ranged from the hundreds to the thousands. but the toll troubles could change. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is live near the coleman bridge to explain. this bridge is the one all of the 62 people who were scheduled to be in court crossed at some point. the
is $2, but not paying the bill meant fines in the thousands for some. there are 12 toll facilities in virginia. vdot handles violations for only four of them...the only one in hampton roads is at the coleman bridge. according to virginia law a driver can be taken to court if he or she fails to pay a toll bill. but according to vdot they only take drivers to court if they have 3 or more violations. the violations are open to fees and penalties being added. before the hearing started a vdot representative worked to settle the bills. for some people who showed up in court the judge even dismissed some of the violations. even still, it's hard for people who have to travel the coleman bridge for work. " to have to work in
to come through the toll everyday. its just insane. vdot says drivers can avoid going to court by responding to the first or second violation notice. i spoke to virginia secretary of transportation aubrey layne today. he said the state recognizes that there is an issue with these tolls but there is a bill headed to virginia senators that could change things live in gloucester brandi cummings 10 on your side. newport news police have identified a woman found dead near a school. she's 38-year-old camille rousch of mathews county. we reported last week --- someone walking their dog found her body february 11th near gildersleeve middle on minton drive.
not determined how she died. police say it doesn't appear suspicious. portsmouth police are still searching for a third supsect after a police chase, two car crashes, and two school lockdowns. this story was breaking yesterday at 4. officers say 21-year-old taquan harper had 15 outstanding warrants even before he tried to run from them. police tried to pull over the silver ford focus harper was in yesterday afternoon , but he drove off and crashed into two cars, including an unmarked police cruiser. luckily, no one was seriously hurt. after the second crash, police say harper and a passenger in the car ran off. the back seat passenger stayed in the car and was taken into custody. officers put douglas park elementary and portsmouth christian school on lockdown while they searched for the other two police later found harper. they are still searching for the front seat passenger. free legal help is on the way for veterans and their families in hampton roads. reported the initiative in december when attorney
the announcment. the opportunity is now just a few weeks away and herring wants to make sure the word is out. attorney general mark their families we're helping htem get with preparing basic estate planning documents like wills, powers of attorney and advanced medical directives the clinic in hampton roads will take place at interested you must qualify and register at a department of veteran's service center or online. we posted the link on wavy.com. they will not take walks ins. south dakota is set to become the first state telling transgender students which bathrooms they must use. state senators have approved a bill that would require public school students to use bathrooms that correspond to their birth-assigned gender --- not the gender they identify with. the same rule would apply to locker rooms and showers. the legislation already
dakota house. the bill now goes to to governor dennis daugaard. he is expected to sign it. gloucester high school student gavin grimm is fighting to use the boy's restroom at school. gavin is transgender. gavin was born female --- but identifies as male. a judge ruled against gavin in september. an appeals court is now considering his case. last week --- a virginia house of delegates subcommittee killed a general assembly bill that would have required students to use the restroom based on their biology. apple says it will not help investigators break into the i-phone of one of the san bernardino shooters. a california judge has ordered the company to help the f-b-i get into syed farook's phone by providing access to encrypted data on the device. apple c-e-o tim cook says complying with the order could potentially breach the privacy of millions of apple users. investigators have farook's phone. but it's locked with a passcode they can't penetrate. farook and his wife tashfeen malik killed 14-people in december
shootout with police. investigators are hoping the phone will help establish where the shooters went on the day of the shooting and any contacts they may have had with others. you can now track the progress of chesapeake bay restoration. a new website gives you an overview of the effort involving several states to clean up the bay after decades of neglect. the site is called chesapeakeprogress. we posted a link on wavy dot com. we have viral video to show you. it's from portsmouth. "dunk, dunk, dunk, dunk, dunk, dunk, smash" a member of the liberty university soar dunk team shattered the backboard at the gym shared by central baptist church and central christian academy. the team was in town for the upward
the duchess of cambridge is trying to stop the stigma attached to mental health disorders. princess kate wrote about the issue when she guest edited an edition of the huffington post. her comments come as she and the news website are trying to raise awareness about mental health in children. the duchess supports several charities that deal with the topic. she says the mental health of our children should be just as important as their physical health. recently, first lady michelle obama wrote an article for the news site, shining a light on the millions of children she says, who suffer in silence. the f-d-a has new guidelines for keeping the zika virus out of the u-s blood supply. the agency is asking people who recently traveled to affected countries to wait four weeks before donating blood. this also applies to everyone who had sexual contact with those travelers. doctors say the four-week wait should be enough for their immune systems to clear the virus. zika is spreading through latin america, central africa and southeast asia. most people
show any symptoms. a former treasury secretary says there shouldn't be a one-hundred dollar bill. larry summers says the one-hundred dollar bill should be scrapped to make life more difficult for tax cheats and other criminals. summers is citing new research from the harvard business school. the study argues eliminating larger denomination bills would have little downside for legitimate commerce. but harvard researchers say it would make life far more difficult for people who are breaking the law. it's easier for criminals cash illegally in large bills. the treasury says it has no plans to take circulation. a porch pirate tries to make things right after stealing packages off a homeowner's front porch. the surprising change of heart --- next. a williamsburg hotel is closing -- and that means more than two dozen people who were living there -- need a new place to go. we'll explain how the
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breaking news from the midtown tunnel. e-r-t says all traffic is currently stopped at the midtown tunnel due to a disabled tractor trailer.drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes including the i-264 downtown tunnel. traffic is being alternated through the open lane of the midtown tunnel until the large vehicle wrecker arrives to remove the disabled tractor trailer. a williamsburg hotel is set to be demolished -- and that means more than two dozen people can no longer live there. the city bought the property where the super 8 hotel on richmond road stands now. and officials have been working with families to figure out where they go from here. 10 on your side's erin kelly spent the day talking to some of them. the city of williamsburg says this is about taking
helping the families that lived in the super 8. the city bought the property in january and will likely take it over in april. about 35 people had been living in the hotel long term. the city says some were able to find somewhere else to go. but seven other families met with human services counselors. c0027 - roy gerardi - life that created difficulty for them to really get beyond motel living, and we want to try to help them come up with a long term plan. 5633 the city says most will be moving to different hotels. williamsburg does have an ordinance stating people can only stay in a hotel for 30 consecutive days. coming up at 6 -- you'll hear from someone who isn't just losing her home -- she's losing her job, with the closing of the hotel. erin kelly, 10 on your side. investigators are looking into what sparked a dallas church fire. flames destroyed most of the church before crews got the three alarm fire out. the building has been a
save the church but they did stop the flames from spreading to a building next door. no one was hurt. the transit authority is investigating a scare on the subway in boston. smoke filled two cars and a train station last night. passengers escaped through windows. the fire department says a piece of sheet metal fell on the track. two trains hit and dragged the metal --- causing the motors to overheat and smoke. there was no fire. passengers say it was a chaotic scene. "everything was smoking. people were running this way and they were like, 'oh no, stop!' " the trains became disabled and weren't completely stopped at the platform. so the doors wouldn't open. passengers started kicking out windows. no injuries are reported. the national transportation safety board and detroit metropolitan airport are investigating an incident involving two planes. an american airlines plane clipped the tail of a southwest plane this morning in a de- icing area. there are no reports of injuries. both flights were heading
were moved to other planes. now to a follow up about the florida woman who streamed herself live on periscope driving drunk. she's not going to jail. "driving home drunk." (pause) "let's see if i get a dui" 24-year-old whitney beall recorded that video last fall after leaving a bar. a concerned periscope user called police. beall pleaded guilty, and a judge sentenced her to one year probation. the judge also suspended her license, and impounded her car for 10 days. that's standard for a first-time d-u-i offense in florida. she will also have to serve 150 hours of community service. a porch pirate who was caught on camera stealing a georgia family's packages, had a change of heart. police say the thief stole $300 dollars worth of birthday presents for the homeowner's 12-year-old daughter. days later, the homeowner found the returned presents and a note outside his home.
hope this helps. i know i can't make it right, but i hope this helps." (eric truitt / homeowner) "the apology note seems sincere enough on paper. i think the real test will be whether or not they change their behavior and this is something that will effect them going forward." the homeowner thinks the note seems sincere. police are questioning two people about the theft, but so far, have not filed any charges. a new york city man who lost his wallet is surprised the person who found it returned almost everything. reilly flaherty lost his wallet at a concert. he assumed all his cash, credit cards, subway pass, and i-d were gone for good. but two weeks later --- he received an envelope with his license and credit cards. an anonymous note explained why everything else wasn't returned. it read: " i kept the cash because i needed weed, the metrocard because, well, the fare's $2.75 now, and the wallet 'cause it's kinda cool.' reilly flaherty - lost
basically . . . i'm a that has any currency behind it. flash this is something my friends and i have laughed about quite a bit." the concert hall where flaherty lost his wallet caught wind of what happened and offered him tickets to an upcoming show. it recommended he keep his wallet at home / student loan debt is skyrocketing. it tops one government can come after you. marshals arrested him for an outstanding student loan from 1987. he says he didn't know why he was in to jail. (paul aker, arrested for student loans) "what? all those guys and all those guns for a student loan? how much? the judge will tell you, the judge wants to see you." paul aker says he paid off two previous loans but didn't know he owed 15-hundred dollars. the government says it sent aker notices ---
receive them. he is paying off the loan and interest with a payment plan. it adds up to about $57-hundred dollars. aker will also have to pay almost $13- hundred -dolllars to the u.s. marshal service. that's the bill for doing its job. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: mainly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: light north. thursday: mostly sunny. slightly cooler. highs: low-40s. winds: n 10-15
friday: mix of sun and clouds. highs: near 50. winds: s 5-10 mph. finally - a quiet day in the weather department! we have been tracking quite a bit of sunshine through the afternoon with highs in the seasonable low-50s! this evening, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-40s by 9 pm. overnight, the mercury will drop into low-30s, thursday - even though start to rebound on friday with highs back will top out in the tuesday and wednesday..for now..we know things could change
straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 outrage in chicago when it took more than a year for the city to release video of a police-involved shooting. now new rules are in place in hopes a delay like that never happens again. police find two meth labs on a single street. now three people are in jail. our deanna leblanc will connect the dots in a live report at five. then at five-thirty - getting older! it's something we're all going to have to deal with eventually. so - how do you know when it's time for you - or someone else - to turn over the keys? then at 6-- more from erin kelly on the local community stopping homelessness-- before it happens. and they have quite a case to work in the coming weeks. the story-- ahead at 6. but first ahead here at 4 --- what happens when a peaceful man gets irritated? we'll show you what made the pope lose his temper during his trip to
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some over-eager followers pulled his sleeve from behind a barrier. the pope almost fell over. and you can see face, he wasn't happy. pope as an announcer addressed the crowd and told people not to gather together. the pope waved to a few leaving. wavy news 10 at 5 starts road e-r-t says both lanes of the midtown tunnel are now open. this after a large vehicle wrecker just removed a disabled tractor trailer. motorists should still expect some delays as traffic begins to flow. three people are behind bars after police found two meth labs on the same street. it started when police responded to a report of a home invasion over the weekend -- but it quickly became a hazmat situation. autumn wells, michael adkins, and dana
with manufacturing methamphetamine. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc has been talking to people in the neighborhood. deanna, what did you find out? for the most part - no one wanted to talk to us. the neighborhood is mostly made up of long time homeowners who didn't want their home to get a bad reputation. they say the home where police responded sunday has been an eye sore and a blight - and they're glad police made the arrest. this is the first home on middlesex road - that neighbors say 28 year old autumn wells rented in junk in the front yard and them sitting out front and all that kind of stuff. other neighbors tell me wells had big parties in the front yard. now - the sign on the door says the home is unsafe to live in - after police say they discovered meth materials there sunday ballard: 01;00 it's kind of odd because we don't usually have that kind of stuff happen around here, and it was just different
what was even harder for neighbors like ballard to imagine - was this scene from last night. a second meth bust - just steps from wells' home - at an apartment complex. this is officer holly mcpherson last night: 7:51:30 through the investigation of the incident on sunday they them to this particular apartment. 7:51:40 a second meth bust in three days - shakes the quiet neighborhood. police say as they went into the unit - a car pulled into complex - then turned around. after a brief pursuit, officers tracked down and then arrested 42 year old dana chandonnet and 31 year old michael adkins. they say the apartment rented by chandonnet also had meth making materials. her 13 year old son and 4 year old daughter also lived inside. we did ask police more about the evidence that connected the two meth labs - we wanted to know if all three suspects know each other
but they said they can't comment on that because it's part of an ongoing investigation. in nn i'm dl 10 on your side. no arrests yet as police in hampton investigate what they're calling a suspicioius substance in a trash can. police got called out to cynthia drive near todds substance outside the house. police say the hazmat is running tests to determine what the substance is. we'll update you on air, and on wavy dot com. developments in the aftermath of that devastating fire in the west ocean view section of norfolk. this the view from chopper 10 on sunday. as out of a home. today, the city is working with residents to offer access to some of the homes that were not destroyed. 10 on your side andy fox andy? norfolk, va. (wavy) - jeffrey wise addressed the media monday morning to discuss